How to volunteer for a Homeless Shelter

these are ideas from @Ascencia  and @URM Volunteer  for Ascencia (in Glendale) Volunteers do a wonderful job of helping us maintain our facility and provide more programs to enrich our clients experience while here.  Depending on your skills and interests, you may be able to help with the following: Reading to children Holiday parties CraftsContinue reading “How to volunteer for a Homeless Shelter”

Volunteer to Serve Holiday Dinners in Pasadena

Volunteer registration is now open! REGISTER NOW! Serve LA / Mosiac are partnering with Union Station Homeless Services to run their volunteer coordination for Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners in the park, where thousands of local families and individuals in need are fed and served every year. We need YOUR help specifically to assist with Volunteer RegistrationContinue reading “Volunteer to Serve Holiday Dinners in Pasadena”

VOLUNTEER opportunities

United Way LA keeps a list posted of places and ways you can volunteer your time and talent. http://www.unitedwayla.org. Also read their suggestions of coalitions and agencies you can become involved with to make a difference.  “Join Local Coalitions: Help end homelessness by getting involved in local coalitions working toward permanent solutions. Project Y!MBY (Yes!Continue reading “VOLUNTEER opportunities”

Volunteer

Community Service isn’t just for “Ladies Who Lunch” and people with criminal records – it is for everyone. Finding a spot that is just right for YOU – is difficult. Here are some places to start your search: The United Way Volunteer Los Angeles Volunteer Match All for Good Habitat for Humanity

Helping out can be $ FREE $

Don’t think that BUYING or GIVING money or items is the only way to make a change. YOU may be the best thing you have to offer. Volunteer. Ways to volunteer: There are lots of ways to volunteer and help others as they change their lives. You don’t have to be rich, successful, or evenContinue reading “Helping out can be $ FREE $”

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